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Zoltan TOTH Obituary
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February-24-20

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February-24-20

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February 13, 2020
We are sad to hear of Zoli's death.We remember with pleasure the barbecues he and Margaret hosted at Ashbridges Bay Yacht Club.Zoli always had good advice for us when we asked him questions about our garden,taking the time,patiently explaining in detail what we had to do.We could always count on a glass or two of Zoli's own wine ,of which there was always a plentiful stock on hand.Zoli was a very steady ,good man and a wonderful helpmeet for Margaret.
February 12, 2020
Zoltan was a wonderful man, particularly dedicated to his neighbourhood Leaside. For many years he actively participated in our ratepayer group as a Director, and contributed his ideas and efforts to designing and implementing a plan to increase traffic safety, beginning in the mid 1970's and continuing until relatively recently. He was also a good friend and cat lover; he and his wife Margaret babysat our cats when we travelled, much to the cats' pleasure.

We miss Zoltan, and send Margaret our condolences and love.

Carol, Robert, Will and Eric Fripp
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